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Old 1st December 2016, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by overload View Post
Exit wetin?

How much crude oil do we now export after these Scavengers have finished destroying the pipelines?
1.9m when Kachikwu last spoke as Sharkbite and Crocodile Smile have ensured the damage is not as bad as earlier in the year and also the vexed people are probably tired of the nonsense hence more receptive of the millitary in their domains for security as everybody seems to be suffering with PMB not leaving till 2019 or 2023 according to some people.
But even if it were back at below 1m, every little helps as we get more for even that little.
The Reserves are still recovering unlike before. At the current rate, we will be back above $25b before 2017 which would imply a recovery greater than $1b over a 2 month period.
Like you said, hopefully lessons have been learnt and we will all remain Nigerians regardless of who or what party is in governmenr until 2019 when we have another decision to make.
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